• The Canadian Press

    Brest moves level on points with leader Monaco after drawing 0-0 at unbeaten Nice

    PARIS (AP) — Surprise front-runner Brest moved level on points with French league leader Monaco after drawing 0-0 at Nice on Sunday. A win for Brest or Nice would have put either club top, but Monaco leads Brest on goal difference with both locked on 14 points. Third-place Reims and fourth-place Nice are one point behind and also separated by goal difference. Reims beat Lyon 2-0. Brest and unbeaten Nice went close in the first half through their wingers, with Jérémy Le Douaron hitting the post f

  • The Canadian Press

    Juventus and Atalanta draw 0-0 in Serie A. Lukaku helps crisis-hit Roma beat Frosinone 2-0

    MILAN (AP) — Juventus and Atalanta fell further behind the Serie A leaders as they played out a 0-0 draw on Sunday. Both teams had chances and Atalanta hit the woodwork but neither could find the breakthrough in Bergamo. Juventus remained fourth, four points behind second-place AC Milan and Inter Milan at the top after seven rounds. Atalanta is a point behind Juventus. Troubled Roma beat Frosinone 2-0 for only its second league win of the season. Both Atalanta and Juventus were in form heading i

  • The Canadian Press

    Poor start in Scottish Premiership leads to departure of Rangers manager Michael Beale

    GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — A third defeat in seven Scottish Premiership games led to Rangers firing manager Michael Beale on Sunday and putting club favorite Steven Davis in interim charge. Calls for Beale’s departure increased following the 3-1 defeat by Aberdeen at Ibrox on Saturday, with the players again booed off the field. The Light Blues are in third place and seven points behind rival Celtic at the top. Ahead of the Europa League match against Aris Limassol in Cyprus on Thursday night, Ran

  • The Canadian Press

    Record Women's Super League crowd of 54,115 sees Liverpool win at Arsenal

    LONDON (AP) — A record Women’s Super League crowd watched Liverpool pull off a shock 1-0 win at Arsenal on Sunday. There were 54,115 fans at the Emirates Stadium for the season-opener, which was settled by a goal from Miri Taylor early in the second half. Taylor slotted in a cross from Missy Bo Kearns in the 48th minute to stun the Gunners' home support. Liverpool held off plenty of Arsenal pressure but Jonas Eidevall’s side, which was knocked out of the Champions League qualifiers last month, c